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Written by: Rainier Landscaping
Published on: February 25, 2013
Posted under: Lawn maintenance

What’s new at Rainier Landscaping

Well, the Northwest flower and garden show has just finished its run at the convention center in Seattle. That only means one thing-spring is just around the corner and we have begun to prepare for our busiest time of year.

Sharing information via our new blog

It’s an exciting time of year and always full of challenges for us to meet. We’ll continue preparing our equipment and training our personnel to meet the needs of our customers’ landscapes. We have also been working with Sleepy Dog Media to update our web site and start a blog. We are especially looking forward to sharing our gardening experiences with the new blog.

 Late winter maintenance for lawns and trees

Lawns will be coming out of dormancy and need lime to adjust pH and help control moss. It is also the time to get fruit trees sprayed with dormant oils to control over wintering insects. In 3 weeks, the window for these tree applications will have passed.

Contact us if you feel we can help with these late winter maintenance items. All of us here at Rainier Landscaping are looking forward to helping our customers’ landscapes look their best and be healthy for another great spring season.

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